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Graham Young
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Presentation training for business presentations and demonstrations
Presentation training for business presentations and demonstrations

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Presentation Myths and Folklore

Here is the first in a series of articles about presentation myths and folklore. 

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Do you get nervous about giving a presentation? Here are some hopefully helpful tips to handling your presentation nerves.

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How do you make the major points you make in a presentation to stick in people's minds, after you have left the stage? You need to anchor each major point, so that they don't drift away. 

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My website www.businesspresentation.biz is now mobile friendly. Check it out and let me know if something doesn't work right.
 All the best 

Graham

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IMHO the structure of a presentation should be enough for people to understand how you have reached the point you are at, but not broadcast in advance so that your audience knows where you are going. As soon as your audience even thinks they know where you are going they will get ahead of you and stop listening. After all why would they want to listen if they think they already know what you are going to say.

As such I totally agree with the sentiment of your blog. Don't tell them all your structure up front. Make it more like an Agatha Christie and less like a Columbo.

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Graham Young
www.businesspresentation.biz
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